# Partial Differential Equations and Analysis Seminar

## Contact

The partial differential equations and analysis seminar is the research seminar associated with the applied and nonlinear analysis, and the analysis and geometry programs

21

Nov

2017

Speaker: Professor Gilles Lancien (Universite de Franche-Comte, Besancon, France)

A coarse embedding between metric spaces is, intuitively speaking, a map which preserves, in a weak sense, the geometry at large distances.

## Past events

19

Sep

2017

Speaker: Changwei Xiong (MSI/ANU)

In 1897 Hadamard proved that any closed immersed surface with positive Gaussian curvature in 3-dimensional Euclidean space must be the boundary of a convex

12

Sep

2017

Speaker: Yong Wei (ANU/MSI)

We will discuss the Laplacian flow for closed $G_2$ structures. This flow was introduced by R.

29

Aug

2017

Speaker: Feida Jiang (MSI/ANU)

In this seminar, the speaker will talk about the existence result for semilinear oblique derivative problem for augmented Hessian equations on bounded domai

22

Aug

2017

Speaker: Derek W. Robinson (ANU)

In the first part of this talk we give a brief survey of the Hardy and Rellich inequalities.

11

Aug

2017

Speaker: Shuangjian Zhang (Toronto University)

A monopolist wishes to maximize her profits by finding an optimal price policy.

23

May

2017

Speaker: Pierre Portal (MSI/ANU)

The Ornstein-Uhlenbeck semigroup is a variant of the heat semigroup that plays a fundamental role in quite distinct areas of mathematics.

11

Apr

2017

Speaker: Andrew Hassell (MSI/ANU)

In this seminar, the speaker will talk about heat kernel upper and lower bounds on asymptotically hyperbolic manifolds.

04

Apr

2017

Speaker: Sean Gomes (MSI/ANU)

The celebrated quantum ergodicity theorem of Shnirelman, Zelditch, and Colin de Verdière established that ergodic dynamical assumptions on a Hamiltonian sys

28

Mar

2017

Speaker: Dr Xuwen Zhu (Stanford University)

The moduli space of (pointed) Riemann surfaces can be naturally compactified by adding various degenerate surfaces.

21

Mar

2017

Speaker: Melissa Tacy (ANU)

Measuring the $L^p$ mass of an eigenfunction allows us to determine its concentration properties.